Tuesday September 22, 2020

To the max

To hell with hygge. Forget lagom. Restrained, minimal interiors really only work on Scandi-noir thrillers where angst is high and the lighting is low. This winter, it’s all about maximalism, from carpets and cabinets to textiles and appliances

14th October, 2018
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Artemis black wallpaper by House of Hackney, €215 per roll, Dust Interiors, dust.ie

Hoarders and collectors rejoice: you can now come out of your highly decorative, slightly overstuffed closet and back into the light. It is your time to shine. After years of hiding your technicolour textiles in your lowkey, ergonomic earthy sideboard, the tideis finally turning on minimal interiors, and is instead celebrating all the glory of maximalism with a riot of colour and print that throws the rulebook out the window.

Even the mainstreaming-minimalist Ikea has...

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